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post #16 of 28
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post #17 of 28

The JVC HA-FX101 is much better than the HA-FX1X. I have both of these. The HA-FX101 is smaller, fits me much better, and has much better sound quality

post #18 of 28
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I'm not talking about HA FX1X or whatever...

post #19 of 28
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Originally Posted by PlatinumWolfy View Post

Would putting these over IEMs
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Peltor-Optime-Premium-Headband-Muffs/dp/B000NNEM76/ref=sr_1_4?s=diy&ie=UTF8&qid=1355068855&sr=1-4
Increase the isolation?

 

 

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I mean this is the type of method tournaments use in pro gaming scene in some... They are used to block out audiences.. So I assume it works EXTREMELY well?

post #20 of 28
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???

post #21 of 28

I like using my tf10's for gaming, it provides good positioning (I play fps) and sounds good too, the triple flanges I use are also very good at noise isolation

post #22 of 28
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... Why are you guys going off topic lol...


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post #26 of 28
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^^^^^^^^

post #27 of 28

Get the MH1C for $30. It really is a gem of an IEM with a decent soundstage, good detail and no distortion. It EQ's quite well and is alot of fun. I'll be comparing it soon to the RE0, Yamaha EPH-100 and the Rock-It R50 with a pretty diverse array of music... my initial testing vs. the RE0 seems obvious to many: its better than the RE0 at techno music, movie soundtracks etc but loses out in purely vocal or acoustic tracks slightly because it doesn't extend as well or is as effortless as the RE0, but it has a much better soundstage and can be a bit more dynamic because of its sub-bass extension.

post #28 of 28
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So I brought..

 

Peltor Optime III Premium Headband Ear Muffs

 

Are they just small? Or is my head or ears just slightly too big?... It doesn't fit over my ears

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